|"It's OK now, our agenda is moving forward"|
Social engineering, aided by the compromised blackmailed Supreme Court, gets a big boost.
The U.S. Supreme Court today paved the way for same-sex couples to marry soon in California, effectively leaving intact a lower-court ruling that struck down the state's voter-approved ban on gay marriage.
In a ruling that assures further legal battles, the high court found that backers of Proposition 8 did not have the legal right to defend the voter-approved gay marriage ban in place of the governor and attorney general, who have refused to appeal a federal judge's 2010 ruling finding the law unconstitutional.
The Supreme Court ruling, which found it had no legal authority to decide the merits of a challenge to Proposition 8, sends the case back to that original decision -- and the only question now is how quickly same-sex couples can marry and whether that ruling will have immediate statewide effect.What people do in privacy is their own business. I have nothing against gay folks, even their marrying. Most of us don't because we've all known a number of them throughout our life. They are often family and friends. The question is whether this 'rights' issue is an organic, the time has come social phenomenon or promoted by those whose sole purpose is control? In our times the concept of freedom is often used for reasons beyond the superficial ones that are repeated endlessly.
The Supremes ruling certainly pushes to the back seat the spying 'issue' which is another thing we are expected to accept. It's accept everything time. Open immigration, corporate crimes, banking corruption, repressive globalism, austerity, GMO foods, neverending war, zionism, on and on. These all fit together and add up and when you push the equal button the readout says "accept your slavery."
Les Visible interviewed by John Friend 6/26/13